The Southeast Museum of Photography offers a variety of programs and educational courses for people of all ages, year round. Age limits and group sizes vary by program. For more information or to register for any of our programs contact us.

 

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SUMMER SESSION: july 15 - 26, 2019

This two-week, intensive digital photography program places an emphasis upon learning fundamental skills, enhancing perceptual abilities and building a beginner's portfolio. Students are introduced to a wide range of photographic styles.

Participants complete the program with a portfolio, and their best images are included in an exhibition in the museum's Youth Gallery Space. Geared for ages 14-17 years.

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 Registration forms for our 2019 session will be available in soon!

Interested in seeing what it's all about?

Check out highlights from summer 2018:

Click here to view highlights and gallery images!

 Registration forms for our 2019 session will be available in soon!


community education workshops - SPRING 2019

select saturdays, 9:30am - 4:30pm

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The Southeast Museum of Photography offers a number of seminars and workshops designed for adults of all ages and skill levels. These workshops are for individuals who wish to learn more about photography, but may not necessarily wish to pursue it as a career.

Workshops can include topics such as the preservation of family photographs, archiving and cataloging, basic digital camera operations and composition techniques, and even intermediate to advanced lighting and editing techniques.Due to limited space, advance registration and payment is required.

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Art in action: VETERANS EXPLORING THE VISUAL ARTS

MEETS ON SELECT OCCASIONS AND FOR SPECIAL EVENTS*

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Veterans are provided with free art materials, and classes are structured so that with each new concept or medium to explore, participants can create and finish a complete work of art. These small-group sessions allow veterans to meet and learn from professional artists, to discover and cultivate their own talents, and to transform their experiences through the thoughtful and therapeutic form of self-expression. 

* Check online or call for updated session dates. Participants meet at the Southeast Museum of Photography, located at 1200 W. International Speedway Blvd, Daytona Beach, FL 32114.

These classes are open to all veterans in the county, but registration is limited.

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Family photo fun days!

free - PHOTO B-I-N-G-O! activity

SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 2019 - 1:00 - 3:00pm

Family Photo Fun Days feature free activities designed for children ages 6-13 accompanied by a parent or guardian. Come visit the museum and explore new ways of seeing and creating!

Due to limited space, pre-registration is required at least 24 hours in advance.

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Shoot and share: FREE TEEN PHOTOGRAPHY OUTING

Meets at the Kennedy Space Center

saturday, june 8, 2019 -Time to be announced

This program gives teens an opportunity to photograph as a group while receiving feedback and advice on camera exposure and composition techniques. There is no charge for this program, but participants are expected to bring their own cameras and arrange for their own transportation. Spaces are limited, so registration is required in advance along with a completed off-campus field trip form.

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 IN THEIR FOOTSTEPS: AN AFTERNOON AT THE KENNEDY SPACE CENTER

The John F. Kennedy Space Center is one of ten National Aeronautics and Space Administration field centers. Since December 1968, Kennedy Space Center has been NASA's primary launch center of human spaceflight.  

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PRESERVING THE PAST: THE PHOTOGRAPHS OF ROLAND MILLER

Roland Miller has been photographically documenting and interpreting the United States’ space program for over 25 years. His series of images, Abandoned in Place, records the remains of the early space launch and research facilities around the country. Miller’s photography has been exhibited at the John F. Kennedy Space Center in Florida, and a selection of images from the Abandoned in Placeseries was on display in the Astronaut Crew Quarters at the Kennedy Space Center from 1998 to 2000.

Selected works from Abandoned in Place will be shown in an exhibition this summer at the Southeast Museum of Photography.

Meets at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, SR 405 Nasa Parkway W, Merritt Island, FL 32953

Registration for this event is now open!

Call (386) 506-4569 for more details or email Christina.Katsolis@DaytonaState.edu to register!


Art Speaks: voices from the community

aLCHEMY AND ART: EXPLORING the tintype process

guest speaker: Tim telkamp

thursday, march 28, 2019 - 5:00-6:30pm

This lecture series is designed to engage the community—especially young and emerging artists—by presenting a wide array of guest speakers and professional photographers to the public. 

Through a blend of artist talks, demonstrations, slideshows and even workshops, this program offers audiences the opportunity to learn about—and discuss in detail—aspects of photography, image-making and potential career opportunities.

Not only is this a supportive learning experience, but also a platform to recognize and celebrate the incredible talent in our local community.

Photographer Tim Telkamp

Photographer Tim Telkamp

 
Coffer Farm, Tintype  © Tim Telkamp

Coffer Farm, Tintype © Tim Telkamp

aLCHEMY AND ART: EXPLORING the tintype process

guest speaker: Tim telkamp

thursday, march 28, 2019 - 5:00-6:30pm

Tim Telkamp will provide an insightful lecture–and live demonstration–of some of the tools and techniques associated with the early Victorian wet plate (collodion) process.

Tim Telkamp is a photographer, alternate process artist, author and mentor currently living in Central Florida. Wherever life has taken him, from crossing the Arctic Circle to South America and Europe he has gone with camera in hand.  His photographs have been published in books, newspapers, and magazines, and he wrote and illustrated “The Place That’s Always with You,” a children’s story set in Central North Carolina that celebrates home and history. In contrast to his historical craftsmanship, he has also been involved in many high-tech designs and engineering projects.

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC